Budderside Drops Single “Ain’t Alright” Ahead of New Album Release

Los Angeles hard rock band Budderside is gearing up to release their third album, “White Flame,” on July 10. Over the past two years, the band has been teasing fans with new music from this upcoming album.

New Song “Ain’t Alright”

On June 26, Budderside dropped a new song from the album called “Ain’t Alright”. The song tells a love story inspired by the Day of the Dead. The band also released a black-and-white music video for the song, which you can watch below.

Production: The album was recorded with Matt Good, who has worked with bands like Asking Alexandria and Hollywood Undead. Howie Weinberg, known for his work with Smashing Pumpkins and Nirvana, handled the mastering.

Story behind the album: Singer Patrick Alan Stone says “White Flame” shows who the band members are as people, musicians, and poets. He says it represents their lives, hopes, fears, pasts, and dreams. “It’s as honest as you can get, and we are very, very proud of not only the music but also its message,” he shares.

Band Members:

  • Patrick Alan Stone (Vocals)
  • Sam Bam Koltun (Guitars)
  • Logan Nikolic (Guitars)
  • Jeff Dewbray (Drums)
  • Eliot Lorango (Bass)

Watch “Ain’t Alright”: Check out the music video for “Ain’t Alright” below.


Good For Nothing
A Thousand Teardrops
Never Worth It
The Truth
Black River
Too Far
Ain’t Alright
White Flame

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